Thu, 14 July 2022
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are examining Netflix's 2020 indie sci-fi thriller "Horse Girl" co-written and starring Alison Brie as a woman who thinks she may be abducted by aliens, and they're watching for the first time the supposed classic from 1974 "The Conversation," the Francis Ford Coppola movie he mad between the two "Godfathers"s.
Available on Spotify and Apple
Episode 351 includes:
-Me Too updates: David O. Russell, R. Kelly, and James Franco still bad humans
-Is there any realistic hope at all for Rob Zombie's "The Munsters"?
-"Jerry and Marge Go Large" is sweet and shockingly almost conflict-free.
-"Thor: Love and Thunder" has the right parts but is trying too hard to rekindle your memory of "Ragnarok."
-Switch the Pitch -- "Horse Girl" / "The Conversation"
-What exactly is 2020's "Horse Girl" really going for? Is 1974's "The Conversation" a victim of our sensibilities about a surveilance state and a conspiracy thriller moving beyond what it can do? The guys discuss their misgivings about both movies and then pitch a brand-new project combining elements from both movies.
Direct download: pitch_351.mp3
Category:Switch the Pitch -- posted at: 9:15am EDT